“On Twitter, actually” she says, clearly surprising even herself with her answer “which in a way is better.
People only reveal a very specific corner of their personality on dating sites, but on social networks you get to see what they think and feel about a whole range of topics, as well as what their sense of humour is like”.
The latest contender in this arena is ashleymadison.com, which “offers services to married folks looking for something on the side”.
The founder claims that dating can be a nightmare for those who suffer severe reactions, since popular venue choices so often include food and drink.
Last week a new app for weed smokers launched in America, dubbed 'Tinder for stoners'.
A study by Chicago University in 2013 also found that couples who meet online are 25 per cent less likely to end in divorce or separation than those that began through friends or chance.
In a bid to pour some clarity on the issue, I investigated the vast and (occasionally) terrifying world of dating websites.